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    Friday Nights Accommodation...25th April

    The count down begins...I've listed below a couple of accommodation options for the lads travelling up on the Friday night.


    1. Strathfillian Village Wigwams (Approximately 1 miles from the Green Welly heading towards Crianlarich)
    http://www.sac.ac.uk/consultancy/wigwams/




    2. West Highland way Sleeper (Approximately miles 7 miles from the Green Welly heading towards Glencoe)
    http://www.westhighlandwaysleeper.co.uk/index.asp


    It's only a suggestion, but the West Highland Sleeper might be a better option as there is a Hotel/pub oppersite; plus it's a beautiful location for those who haven't yet ventured this far north.

    Richard

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    Camping Friay 1st

    Anybody have any ideas for a camping site for Friday 1st ??

    Somewhere a little more south would be ideal, as early ferry on Sat from Stranraer, but somewhere to suit all ?

    It getting closer!

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    Inverness

    Eventually gor around to booking a room in the 'Central Premier'.
    It's a twin so if anyone wants to share - just pm me Kevin

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    Night at Gairloch

    I need peoples thoughts on food for this particular night. There is a hotel at the entrance to the campsite we will be staying at and I have been trying to cut a deal with them with regards to an evening meal and breakfast. I don't know if the deal she is offering is particularly good or bad one, but I need numbers for breakfast if you want it, we could just pick up supplies on route and cook yer own.

    Need a response anyway so if enough people want brecky i'll organise it, if not feck it!

    Here are the options:

    one course meal (eg lasagne, steak pie etc) + full cooked brecky - £15 a head.

    Breakfast - £9 per head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dogs nuts! View Post
    Here are the options:

    one course meal (eg lasagne, steak pie etc) + full cooked brecky - £15 a head.

    Breakfast - £9 per head.
    Evening meal and breakfast sound like a good idea. count me in.

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    I would prefer to go for the evening meal and cooked brekkie option if enough others fancy it

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    Evening meal and breackers sounds good to me. Bloody hungry already

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    Portree Hostel, Skye

    I can confirm that the following people have been added to the nominal and the Hostel has been informed: Akram, Dave, Dougie, Christine, Stewart & Martin(Martas). Total to date = 14(Booked through/via myself)

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    Here are the options:

    one course meal (eg lasagne, steak pie etc) + full cooked brecky - £15 a head.

    Breakfast - £9 per head.[/QUOTE]


    Evening meal and breaky, sounds good.
    count me in if others agree

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    Yep, its evening meal and b'fast for me please.

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    More people for food

    Not getting the numbers for this evening meal and brecky thing!

    Anyone else

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    think it will be difficult to cut a deal with only five of us wanting to eat Chaz?... i'm still up for it anyway deal or no deal.

    Counting the days ................onyack

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    Charlie,
    If we have to pay the full price - so be it. Surely it will not be that much more. Any way we've got to eat. Failing that it will have to be 'cheese & onion' and a pint. Still better than going to Aberdeen every day to work!!!!!!

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    Evening meal in portree

    Hi folks,
    Been giving this a wee bit o thought - evening meal in Portree. Briefly corresponded with the 'Nuts' and the staff at the hostel. The Chinese restaurant was demolished by a bus, luckily it did not have momentum to reach the Indian restaurant. I was thinking that will do me. If anyone is like minded I was considering approaching them and asking for a 'deal'. Based on "Nothing Ventured, nothing gained". Therefore, if sufficient people are keen on the aisian currency - I will approach them. Thoughts?
    Not long the noo

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    Count me in for an indian.

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    me too for curry

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